B Is for Bulldozer: A Construction ABC

B Is for Bulldozer A Construction ABC Get ready for a ride through the alphabet at a busy construction site There s a big yellow Bulldozer a tall shiny Crane and a rusty red Dump truck and the construction crew is hard at work But what

  • Title: B Is for Bulldozer: A Construction ABC
  • Author: June Sobel Melissa Iwai
  • ISBN: 9780152022501
  • Page: 437
  • Format: Hardcover
  • B Is for Bulldozer: A Construction ABC

    Get ready for a ride through the alphabet at a busy construction site There s a big yellow Bulldozer, a tall shiny Crane, and a rusty red Dump truck and the construction crew is hard at work But what are they building Melissa Iwai s bright, bold illustrations perfectly complement June Sobel s irresistible rhyming text Join the excitement as the workers build, scoop, aGet ready for a ride through the alphabet at a busy construction site There s a big yellow Bulldozer, a tall shiny Crane, and a rusty red Dump truck and the construction crew is hard at work But what are they building Melissa Iwai s bright, bold illustrations perfectly complement June Sobel s irresistible rhyming text Join the excitement as the workers build, scoop, and dig their way from A, for Asphalt, to the end of the alphabet for an exciting roller coaster ride

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    1. Alley Denney

      This is a very cute book for very young students. Early Childhood teachers would enjoy reading this to their students because it incorporates a fun story while teaching them their alphabet. This book is definitely only appropriate for younger students.

    2. Rosa

      Describes the construction of a theme park, each action undertaken starts with a different letter of the alphabet. Unlike many alphabet books the letter is not showcased beyond being slightly bolded. Can't decide whether to use this for my story time or not.

    3. Gabriella Norat

      Awards: No awardsRecommended grades: Pre-k through 1stSummary:This book is about the construction of a new amusement park. The book introduces many different vocabulary words used in construction and within these words are a highlighted letter. As you read through the book, you are reading each letter of the alphabet on each page.Review:This book is a great read for younger grades and preschool since it allows children to identify the letters of the alphabet in order within the words on each pag [...]

    4. David

      B Is for Bulldozer: A Construction ABC by June Sobel, illustrated by Melissa Iwai, follows the progress as an amusement park is built.Iwai's bright illustrations were done in acrylic on board. Seasons are shown as the park rises. The overhead view of the park is effective. My favorite images include asphalt & bulldozer, grader & hard hat, ka-boom & loader, scaffolds & tools, and the last two images. This is a clever concept combining construction and an amusement park. I like tha [...]

    5. Sarah Nolet

      B is for Bulldozer is an ABC book that depicts the construction of an amusement park called “Wonderland.” The book describes the process from start to finish as the park goes from paving the asphalt to when the work is done. The story uses the alphabet as a way to describe what is happening in the construction process. Each letter describes a process or event that happens as the story unfolds. For example, the letter L is used to describe how the “huge Loader scoops dirt from the ground (S [...]

    6. Jennifer Heise

      Construction Equipment! Trucks! A theme park! Of course my son was going to like this. The soft, rounded but realistic illustrations are reminiscent of Roadwork, that classic rhyming construction text, though pieces have been left out of this construction to make it an alphabet book. My son especially likes the last page, with "ZOOM!" as the culmination. The rhyme and rhythm were not at all hard on the parental reader. This book falls somewhere between Bang! Boom! Roar! a busy crew of dinosaurs! [...]

    7. Courtney Stempinski

      Throughout the book, the construction and opening of an amusement park is shown. With each page and each stage, there is an object associated with the alphabet. Letters are associated with bulldozers, "zoooom", etc. I didn't think that this book was super exciting, but would be a good book for reviewing the alphabet. After reading each passage, you could have students practice the letter sound with you then repeat the object in the book that was associated with it.

    8. Elle Markov

      This is a nice ABC's book, it's more oriented towards pre-K to kindergarden. The ABC's are covered with construction machines and sites.Now, any child can read this book, but the reason I'm going to say it's aimed towards boys is because when I read it to children, the girls always say it's a boys book.Overall, the book the light, bright coloring is engaging and fun to children.Rating 4 out of 5Read@Book

    9. Rosa Cline

      This story was very well written in a way where the alphabet is highlighted through the story. Each phrase is written in semi rhyme so reading out loud the story goes smoothly. My special needs teenage son loves trucks, construction vehicles, and stuff like that and he really enjoyed this mostly the pictures since the storyline was so simple but he still enjoyed it all in all. and it was nice to read out loud.

    10. Laura shavers

      We read this tonight as one of our bedtime stories! I liked this book and how each page focused on a letter of the alphabet. It made the book more interactive with my son because I had him point out the letter and the corresponding picture with that letter! He got it from his school library and I might just get it for our home collection.

    11. Lindsay Monson

      This book uses words in construction in relation to the alphabet. It keeps kids engaged the whole time when going through each page. Kids can learn the alphabet from this book. Kids could also learn about the types of jobs that are found in our society. They could research a job and explain what they do in that field.

    12. Mary Jo Garcia-Brown

      What kid doesn't love big machines? I've never met one who wasn't fascinated by bulldozers, cranes, cement mixers, or the like - male or female. This ABC book plays on this fondness children have for construction equipment, a very smart premise, I think. This isn't a beautiful book, but it is effective.

    13. Andrea

      This book is about the construction process of building an amusement park. Along with showing the process it also points out the alphabet along the way. This book is much different than standard alphabet books. I would use this in the classroom to point out the alphabet and sound the letters along the way.

    14. Ricky Francis

      A really good ABC book. Nothing super speacial but it was amazing that they had a piece of construction equipment for every letter of the alphabet and I can imagine boys especially liking this book a lot.

    15. The Brothers

      A nice alphabet book centering around construction on an amusement park. Dex (2 years old) really liked it and even Asher (4 years old) enjoyed it - even though alphabet books are a bit "young" for him now.Fun and interesting illustrations.

    16. Amanda

      This was a fun alphabet book that went through the construction of an amusement park. Nice art and good representation of different machines and worksite words, but not something that will help with everyday reading. Overall good, but not a favorite necessarily.

    17. Samantha

      Another fun spin on a Alphabet learning book. Each letter stands for an aspect of the construction world. For example: I is for I-beam. Constructing knowledge through a picture book and rhyming, would be fun for a construction theme, a rhyming unit, or alphabet learning.

    18. Emerson and Theodore

      We should buy this book. A group of children watch the construction site all year long as the amusement park is built. It take the workers through all the seasons and covers all the letters of the alphabet. Very good story, good art, good trucks.

    19. Logan Walker

      I used this during an intervention with a student in kindergarten. This is a great book for very young students. Early childhood teachers would enjoy reading this to their students because it incorporates a fun story while teaching them their alphabet. This is great for BOYS.

    20. Janet

      A good ABC book that actually has a story thread and one that children will like. The text is easily rhymed and not forced. Although it is copyrighted in 2003 this title is still good for today's child.

    21. Dia

      I got this book for my girls ages 3 and 2 because they enjoyed watching our neighbor work with a back hoe. They like this book and I do too. The rhyming story alphabetically tells of construction of a theme park. It takes a year and you can see the seasons change.

    22. Libby

      My 22-mo-old son really likes this book- no surprise as he is enthralled by tools and vehicles right now. The words are a poem- something I wouldn't have guessed by the title- and it's neat that all the things talked about come together to make an amusement park.

    23. Jordan Yetzer

      This book showed the ABC and it turned into a book about building an amusement park. This book also had a lot of rhyming in it. This book would be good for pre schoolers or kindergarteners because it goes over the ABCs in the book and has good rhymes throughout the book.

    24. Christaia Houser

      This book is an alphabet book based in a construction site. I would use this book in a classroom of younger grades when focusing on the alphabet. Kids could stop and write each letter as we encounter it or it could be used as an introduction to a lesson.

    25. Amy

      Cute alphabet book focused on the construction of a new amusement park. Led to watching many roller coaster videos on YouTube.

    26. Michelle Nero

      I was quite surprised by this pick! My girls are into bulldozers and excavators, so this book caught their eyes. A fun ABC book that follows the progress of building an amusement park.

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